3 bedroom farm house for saleNether Silton, Thirsk, North Yorkshire
• Spacious detached Grade II listed farmhouse set in 1.4 acres (0.566 Ha) • Grade II Listed • 3 Double bedrooms • Large dining kitchen and 2 Reception rooms • Private large rear gardens and parking • Dutch barn and stone built outbuildings
Nether Silton is a picturesque village located on the border of the North York Moors national park. Situated just 3 miles from the A19, the rural setting of the village belies its convenience for commuting to both Teesside and the West Yorkshire conurbations.
The village is equidistant from the large market towns of Northallerton and Thirsk; both of which offer a large selection of shopping and supermarkets, schooling and recreational facilities and medical facilities with Northallerton having the local hospital.
The village itself benefits from the Gold Cup Inn public house and a church.
The East Coast main line runs directly through Northallerton train station meaning connections with both London and Edinburgh are easy to access.
School Farm is a well proportioned detached property set in large gardens with open views across North Yorkshire. Benefitting from a 0.455Ha (1.125 Ac) paddock, Dutch barn and stone outbuildings the property is set in a total of 1.4acres. The property is in need of some modernisation to create the perfect country retreat.
A path leads from the gated front garden through to the wooden front door of the property and in to the first of the reception rooms. This is a large light room with dual aspects windows to the front and rear, stone fireplace housing an open fire and door leading to the second reception room.
The second of the reception rooms is again a light room with dual aspects windows overlooking the gardens and village beyond.
The kitchen incorporates a dining area which spans the width of the property. There are a good range of base and wall mounted storage units, stainless steel sink, space for free standing fridge and plumbing for a washing machine. There are doors leading to the rear porch, downstairs bathroom and an open archway in to the dining area with raised corner wood burning stove.
The family bathroom has a white suite comprising of bath, wash basin, WC, separate shower cubicle and frosted window to the front of the property.
From the rear entrance porch the staircase leads to the first floor landing with doors to the three double bedrooms and window overlooking the village.
The master bedroom lies to the rear of the property being a large double room with walk in eves storage. This area has an additional WC and washbasin with the potential to create an en suite bathroom subject to the necessary planning consents.
The second and third bedrooms are both light double rooms with windows overlooking the rear gardens.
Property ref: 121_1600_4634316
13' 6" x 16' 10" (4.12m x 5.12m)
16' 10" x 12' 2" (5.12m x 3.70m)
13' 6" x 14' 10" (4.12m x 4.52m)
7' 5" x 11' 3" (2.25m x 3.44m)
13' 6" x 14' (4.12m x 4.26m)
13' 4" x 12' 4" (4.06m x 3.75m)
10' 1" x 16' 7" (3.08m x 5.06m)
The property stands in a total of 1.4 acres composed of paddocks, large garden to the rear, front garden, stone outbuildings, large hardstanding parking area and a Dutch barn.
The enclosed front garden is mainly laid to lawn with hedge boundaries and well established shrubs and borders.
There is a gated access with large hardstanding parking area, large lawned garden to the rear with views over the land and a good range of stone built outbuildings both adjoining the house and detached to the side of the property.
The large open sided Dutch barn benefits from a separate access enabling this to be completely separate from the main house, gardens and stone outbuildings. The barn has potential for development opportunities subject to the necessary consents.
The gently sloping grazing land adjoining the main dwelling is split in to two fields and totals 0.455 Ha (1.125 Ac) There is a field shelter ideal for animals.
The property is Grade II Listed.
Energy Performance Certificate
The property is Grade II Listed so does not require an EPC.
From the A19 South take the left hand turning on to Leake Lane, opposite the Northallerton junction, signposted Nether Silton.
Continue on Leake Lane following the road around to the left and on to Berghill Lane. Take the next right hand turning on to West Lane which is signposted Nether Silton.
Follow the road for half a mile and on entering the village, pass the Gold Cup Inn on the left hand side and the church on the right hand side.
The property is located after the church on the right hand side before leaving the village.
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